Money laundering is the act of concealing or disguising the original, illegal source of ill-gotten money. In recent years, cryptocurrency has gone from a semi-futuristic novelty to a financial tool with increasing legitimacy and utility. The idea that cryptocurrency might one day be used to legitimately purchase real property is quickly becoming a reality. With lawbreakers taking advantage of both cryptocurrency and the mortgage market to clean their money, it is worthwhile to acknowledge where these areas might overlap. This course will review important information about money laundering, including common techniques, related criminal activity, and typical signs of illicit activity, and participants will take a fascinating look at the place where money laundering and crypto mortgages intersect.